Law Decoded, Sept. 5–12: The pressure is growing in the US

Law Decoded, Sept. 5–12: The pressure is growing in the US

While last week brought no troubles from the market side of the crypto industry — no operations frozen, no bankruptcies filed — the United States regulators made some explicitly negative statements

Recently appointed U.S. Federal Reserve Board vice chair for supervision Michael Barr pledged to “ensure that crypto activity inside banks is well regulated, based on the principle of the same risk, same activity, same regulation, regardless of the technology used for the activity.” In Barr’s opinion, people “may come to believe that they understand new products only to learn that they don’t.”

Michael Hsu, an acting comptroller of the currency at the annual conference of the Clearing House and Bank Policy Institute, mentioned stablecoins and the collapse of Terra (LUNA) — now renamed Terra Classic

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